In this article, you can find the latest Tech Mahindra Test Pattern and Syllabus. Tech Mahindra, like most of the IT companies, starts their Recruitment Process through an online aptitude test followed by the final and deciding round, the Tech Mahindra Interview Process.
After applying for the Tech Mahindra Recruitment Process, a candidate undergoes 4 rounds, namely:
This article will now discuss each of these Rounds in detail,
The first round in Tech Mahindra Recruitment Process is the written round which scores the employability skills of a candidate on the basis of their Mathematical aptitude, English Proficiency, and Communication Skills. A total of 75 questions will be asked in this round and the total time allotted for this section is 50 minutes. There is no sectional time limit for the sections. Also, there is no negative marking for any wrong answer. This test consists of 7 sections:
Total Number of Questions Time Duration Marking Scheme Negative Marking Sectional Time Limit 75 50 mins 1 mark per correct answer No No
The Tech Mahindra Written Test is designed to assess logical reasoning or thinking performance. The candidate is supposed to give a multiple choice test - the test will assess two main things, Quantitative Aptitude, and English Verbal and Communication ability. Verbal reasoning is understanding and reasoning using concepts framed in words. It aims at evaluating the ability to think constructively, rather than at simple fluency or vocabulary recognition.
Quantitative Ability questions consist of topics like series, algebra, time & work, time, speed & distance, arithmetic, percentages, probability, permutation & combination, profit & loss, HCF, LCM, geometry, etc. This section is of moderate level.
Verbal English questions consist of reading comprehension passages, basic grammar usage questions like fill in the blanks, synonyms, antonyms, paragraph completion, sentence correction, vocabulary, sentence ordering etc.
The table below gives a detailed view of each section and the Tech Mahindra Test Pattern in the Tech Mahindra Aptitude Test:
Sections Number Of Question Topics English Language General 1 10 Direct/Indirect Speech, Active/Passive Voice, Vocabulary English Language General 2 20 Synonyms, Antonyms, Fill in the Blanks, Series, Sentence Completion English Language Comprehension 5 Reading Comprehension – Read a paragraph and answer the questions that follow Quantitative Aptitude 11 Profit and Loss, Percentages, Time and Work, Time Speed and Distance, Geometry, Averages, Ages, Simple Interest and Compound Interest Verbal Reasoning General 21 Series, Analogies, Blood Relations, Syllogism, Seating Arrangement, Cause and Effect Verbal Reasoning Paragraph 3 Interpret a paragraph and answer questions based on logic Non-Verbal Reasoning 5 Mirror Images, Figure Matrix, Paper cutting, Pattern completion, Dot Situation, Embedded Images
After completing the Written Test, if a candidate's score for all the separate sections is well above the cut-off, then as soon as you finish your test you will get a screen displaying your result and whether you cleared the round or not.
If you clear this round, you will be taken to the next part of Test i.e the Story Writing Test.
In this Round, you will be presented with a picture alone - without any text or context. Then, in a time duration of 15 Minutes, you are supposed to write a story based on the picture in not more than 200 words. This is an elimination round meaning if you clear this, you will be called for the Tech Mahindra Interview Process. While processing your storyline, always make sure the events are positive in nature because a negative perception can show the pessimistic nature of your thoughts. Moreover, make the story realistic and avoid complex or supernatural elements. Try to include points such as what led to the current situation, what is the present situation and what your character does to overcome the problem (if any).
The Tech Mahindra Written Round has no sectional time limit but it does have a sectional cut-off i.e the scores for all the sections are calculated separately and those students who clear the cut-off in all the sections are shortlisted for the next round. i.e story writing followed by face to face Interview.